21 Parks near Corbett, Oregon
Jul 2016 - $45.00
The campground is next to an active railroad. The trains ran all night. But we knew that going in. - Anctmariner17
Jul 2016 - $37.00
The Columbia Gorge is beautiful and worth a stay despite the train noise which is impossible to get away from. At least the KOA is far enough from the interstate so that continual traffic noise is not a problem. Most KOA's we have stayed in are nicer than this location. We were assigned a spot directly across from the pool which was noisy because of malfunctioning equipment. Staff said that would turn the pump off at 10 pm, but did not. Sight was not level. Sites were very close together and not inviting. We saw better sites that were empty as we walked around so we are puzzled that we were assigned this spot. But, it was rainy, and we didn't want to move for just one night stay. Restrooms need updating, and an air ventilating system. We did like the overall feel of the park, as it was more campground than a typical RV park. - Ftcollinscamper
Jun 2016 - $46.00
A nice park in the woods, but when it rains, it is really muddy. Lots to do. Location is great, between the historic Columbia River Highway with it's falls, the Bonneville Lock and Dam, and Fish Hatchery, and The Dalles to the east. Staff were very helpful. Most roads are paved, but sites are gravel and grass. - ta96silver
Jul 2009 - $18.00
We stayed here for a week, and were not especially happy with the park. The sites were too short for our 39 foot motorhome. The grass/weeds were not taken care of. There were many resident rvs, some not well taken care of. The rules, especially for quiet time, were not enforced. We will NOT return. Also many of the sewer connections did not have covers. - Kent Savage
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Great staff, they have activities nearly every day. Water Aerobics, line dancing, & Karoke and more! I have really enjoyed my stay. The personnel in the office are efficient and friendly, they get you in and out quickly so you can get hooked up. All sites are pretty flat so not a lot of leveling issues. Unhooking of toad is easy due to the relatively flat and straight roads. People (campers) mind the rules of quiet time, doggy rules and pool rules. There is no skate boarding, hover boarding or that type of activity allowed due to the vehicular traffic (safety concerns); bicycles are ok. Some campers are placed right next to the train tracks which is pretty noisy, but if you stay a while, you don't even hear it. Sounds like the ocean. (Good news, no train horns, :D ). The RV park area is very large and very well maintained. I have stayed here numerous times and it is my favorite park in the area. Call far in advance to get your reservations. - DebC_RVer
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Very park like, fitness center, nice walking areas. - Cake on the beach
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Very large park with amenities and activities. Pool, spa, workout room, laundry. All services good, nice grounds, friendly campers, lots of full timers with large rigs. Some long term, but all very clean and well kept. Plenty of rules but made it a nice stay. Rate is high, but so is demand at high season. Close to the Gorge, and Portland pretty quiet, although will hear air traffic and train now and then but not a problem from our site. Can also hear auto traffic. Site is not roomy, but doable with truck and MC in site. - jimNann
Jun 2016 - $32.00
All in all, a nice facility, across the street from the Portland Yacht Club. Several good restaurants nearby. Paved streets, and pads. The sites are tight, but fairly easy to get into and out of. A paved bike path along the Columbia River and the airport starts about a mile away. WiFi is weak. Cable is analog. Pictures on local channels are better with an antenna. - ta96silver
May 2016 - $26.00
We stayed for a week and got the weekly discount and a Good Sam discount. We stayed here 2 years ago and have returned because we liked it. As others have said, it is well maintained, clean and the sites are fairly level with good hook-ups. Yes, the wi-fi is almost non-existent but the cable TV is good. And, yes, the flight path for the near-by airport is right over head.
It is really not a campground but more a place where you live for a night or a week or a month or whatever. We find the location of this park good: it is close to Vancouver, WA if you want to visit the National Historic Site, it is within driving distance to the Columbia Gorge and all its attractions, it is only 2 miles from the Yellow Line Max if you want to get into Portland. We like to hike and an find ample trails around here. We would definitely stay here again when we are in the Portland area. - swike
Apr 2016 - $20.00
The park is well kept. The Wi-Fi is not good at all. Bathrooms were often locked and unavailable. The worst part was that it was really far from downtown. At least a $22 Uber ride. - GerryBrown
Mar 2016 - $26.00
Stayed one night. Has fast wifi with wifi ranger. Clean, easy access.
Lot spacing is nearby with sunny/open exposure. Site surface is asphalt, featuring a picnic table. - GlennT2000
Sep 2015 - $32.00
On the take-off and landing path for the Portland Airport - noisy. Cable does not work unless you can adapt your tv to their comcast converter box and use the comcast remote. Wi-Fi is worthless - 100 feet away from the 'office' the signal is weak and intermittent - plus a lot of signing in must be done. Office staff are from Germany before the War and very defensive. Spaces are average/tight - only a few (8) are pull throughs. Price is about right for what you get - close in to Portland and the metro station. The actual Good Sam rate is $31.50. There is a pool and workout room. No camp fires. You step off your rig into grass/mud.
No pad. - Livermorered
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Located just five minutes from Portland. Great friendly service, nice pool and landscaping throughout. There appears to be a large percentage of full timers, low income and workers using the park for it's close proximity to Portland. The layout is good but with so many full timers there are too many causally parked (stored) vehicles scattered in the streets making access a bit challenging. But for access to services, shopping and all Portland has to offer it's a nice park. - K johnson
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Beautiful park, though little privacy between sites. Spaces are paved and level. Cable TV requires a converter box from the office. Internet provided by TengoInternet, so it's spotty at best. Facilities were OK, but starting to show their age. Very little freeway noise, but passing freight trains at night were noticeable. Rate was for a 5-day stay. Good hub for seeing Portland and Columbia River area. - Christopher Scott
Jun 2016 - $43.00
Park has very tight spaces. It is very clean, spotless baths, laundry, and rest rooms. Cable TV is great, but get cable box at office. Price is high, but park was full. - johnmack
Jun 2016 - $40.00
The park is very nice, clean with spacious bathrooms and showers, WiFi sucked until 10 pm, good size level sites, and proximity to Historic Columbia River highway and the falls is great. No cable to speak off, must ask the front desk for a cable box and remote, I got things all hooked up and then tried to get the cable remote to connect to my Furrion TV as there was no code, so I tried the cable company's alternate way to getting the remote to work and after 10 minutes was unable to make it work. We did get the major channels with the antenna. If it wasn't for lack of WiFi we would definitely stay again. I know that sounds funny, but we have been on the road for 6 weeks and WiFi becomes the fourth utility. It's difficult without WiFi. There are a lot of motorhomes/trailers that are kept at the park year-round. Staff told me that there is a waiting list of 76 people trying to get into one of those spots. Normally this is something that would turn me off, but all the motorhomes/trailers are newer, their sites are picked up and well maintained. It's a really nice park. - Living the Life
Jul 2016 - $36.00
We stayed overnight at this park. I have a 35 ft motor coach and it was difficult to fit in the site. It is incredibly difficult to maneuver a motorcoach in this park. The park is very cramped due to all of the seasonal RVs that are there and they are unsightly. There is no grass, no picnic table and no trees. I would not stay there again. - Perfection expected
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is more of a long-term park, than an RV park. It appeared that many RVs were permanent residences. It is a very cramped park. We felt that we were really in an RV parking lot. We did appreciate the location as it is close to shopping, restaurants and travel routes. "Free WiFi" really means no WiFi. The people in the office know that's a problem but make no effort to fix it. Since WiFi is essential to us as we travel, we would give this one a miss in future. The standard pad is level cement but it is a challenge to park. There are some 'premium' pads near the office. - carliewired
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This is a parking lot with "monthly" residents. One man had been there for 12 years. Our neighbor, whose trailer had not been moved in years, had a party every night until about 4 AM. She left her doors and windows open and had music blaring. When we complained to the front desk, we were told that "someone would talk to her". That didn't change anything.
Our space was so small that we could not open the car doors or the trailer door fully.
The rest rooms and laundry were nice and clean. There was a small room with a kitchen that was next to the office. This is the only place we could connect to WiFi. - GandolphJames
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Nicely wooded, spacious sites, very quiet even tho full.
Water and electric, dump station available. - sismo
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Sites are all shaded, large, paved level back-ins, electric/water - no sewer (one dump nearby). The park is quiet with good hiking/horse trails. Picnic tables are extra large. Clackamus River runs through the park. Only 30 amp service and low voltage in the early mornings - trips our surge protector between 8-9am. Great, helpful camp hosts. Views are limited because of all the trees, but lots of green. Mount Hood is nearby. Definitely stay here again. - Livermorered
Jun 2015 - $24.00
This is a very nice park, well taken care of, sites are nicely spaced, with power and water for $24.00 night. Lots of walking and horse trails, even a big off leash dog area, horse corals, and disk golf course. Very clean bathroom with free showers. ATT cells works well, was able to get internet through the cell, no dirTv. Note to any one going to Oregon State Parks, they're all on one night at a time or by reservations, makes it kind of hard to just stop in and pick a site for a few nights at a time. All in all great park, I would stay again if in area. We have been told the fishing great!! - laears
Jul 2016 - $53.00
This is a wonderful park close to Mt. Hood. Nice check in area, well stocked camp store, very friendly and welcoming staff. Roads are paved and easy to maneuver even with a big rig. Our site was a back in, fairly level, and roomy. Despite the wooded area we were in, satellite was fine. Plenty of room between sites so you didn't feel on top of your neighbor. Sites are gravel and grass. Nice firepit and picnic table. Laundry room was big and easy to work in. The only negative was amount of washers and dryers where people left their clothes unattended. There were piles of abandoned clothes everywhere. There is a nice cafe on the premises that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good food. Nice campground to walk around. We really liked it here and although we are not Thousand trail members, we felt the price was right for such a lovely place. Lots to see and do in the area. - KSAM14
Sep 2015 - $29.00
The park was convenient to the area we were visiting.
If we had not been eligible for the Passport America discount, we probably would not have stayed. We stayed one night and moved on.
Park has an indoor heated pool and spa. There are walking trails within the park and a trail linking the park to a public park.The park was clean and well maintained.
We visited during the off-season, and some of the facility's hours were reduced. If we had visited during peak season, we would not have been allowed a Passport America discount. - Rialta Don
Jul 2015 - $65.00
Lot of very scruffy people and campers. But this is a good location to visit Mt. Hood. Tough parking a large motorhome. - User3771
May 2015 - $30.00
A bit on the dodgy side but functional enough to stay overnight while we visited Portland. Sites are fairly close but level. I had to go to the rec room to use the WiFi. Dogs are allowed but not really welcome. Not sure if we',d stay here again. Staff were nice enough. - Thedogsma
Jul 2014 - $30.00
The lady at the front desk went to a lot of effort to find us (the last) spot in the campground. We did not have reservations and were lucky we found this place by accident. The park is full with the "No Vacancy" sign at the office, not on the street. The Wi-Fi works fine though in some places we were told it doesn't work and you have to come up to the clubhouse, the "hot spot". We were on our way to Westport, and unsure of a place there so we called and found a spot in town. - Ted Morgen
Sep 2013 - $28.00
Sites were extremely close together. Just stayed one night. Bathrooms were clean, safe. Individual shower rooms with separate door from bathroom area. Extremely limited areas to walk dogs - very little grass. - User3261